Inside Rock

Stayin' Alive

December 03, 2020 JabberGuys Season 1 Episode 5
Inside Rock
Stayin' Alive
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Inside Rock
Stayin' Alive
Dec 03, 2020 Season 1 Episode 5
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The JabberGuys talk about some of the bands that have been around for a very long time... and welcome the ‘Giz’ to this episode who has an inside scoop on working with the Rolling Stones.

As of December 2020:

Bee Gees…. Who’s left?

The Who… how many original members are left after 56 years?

Golden Earring… #1 on many longevity lists.  (59 years)

RUSH! … who was the original drummer?  (51 years)

ZZ Top… (52 years)

The Beach Boys… Dennis Wilson (58 years)

Aerosmith… (50 years)

The Rolling Stones… (58 years)


Giz Segment:

So how does the ‘Giz’ have inside info on these bands?

The ‘Giz’ talks about his experience as the personal room service waiter for the Rolling Stones.

Can’t use their real names! … What did you call them?

So, what was Keith Richards really like?   …. and was he a good tipper?

Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall… dinner for two.

Charly Watts ate a lot of what?

The ‘Giz’ talks about his ‘missing’ employment contract with the Stones.

 

Honourable Mentions:

ACDC… New Album: ‘Power Up’   (47 years)

The Zombies… (59 years)

Neil Young… (not a favourite of all the JabberGuys)

The Monkees… (membership changes over the years)

The Scorpions… (55 years)

Chicago… (53 years)

Bon Jovi… (Queex isn’t impressed)

Motley Crue... (Cha missed out)

Deep Purple… (52 years)

The Hollies… (57 years)

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Show Notes

The JabberGuys talk about some of the bands that have been around for a very long time... and welcome the ‘Giz’ to this episode who has an inside scoop on working with the Rolling Stones.

As of December 2020:

Bee Gees…. Who’s left?

The Who… how many original members are left after 56 years?

Golden Earring… #1 on many longevity lists.  (59 years)

RUSH! … who was the original drummer?  (51 years)

ZZ Top… (52 years)

The Beach Boys… Dennis Wilson (58 years)

Aerosmith… (50 years)

The Rolling Stones… (58 years)


Giz Segment:

So how does the ‘Giz’ have inside info on these bands?

The ‘Giz’ talks about his experience as the personal room service waiter for the Rolling Stones.

Can’t use their real names! … What did you call them?

So, what was Keith Richards really like?   …. and was he a good tipper?

Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall… dinner for two.

Charly Watts ate a lot of what?

The ‘Giz’ talks about his ‘missing’ employment contract with the Stones.

 

Honourable Mentions:

ACDC… New Album: ‘Power Up’   (47 years)

The Zombies… (59 years)

Neil Young… (not a favourite of all the JabberGuys)

The Monkees… (membership changes over the years)

The Scorpions… (55 years)

Chicago… (53 years)

Bon Jovi… (Queex isn’t impressed)

Motley Crue... (Cha missed out)

Deep Purple… (52 years)

The Hollies… (57 years)

Visit www.jabberguys.com to subscribe to our podcasts and for trivia based on each episode.

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, we may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.



Musiclal Instruments and more!
Amazon's Best Sellers in Musical Instruments, Stage, and Studio

Start Your Own Quiz
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50 Years of the Rolling Stone
The magazine’s rise to prominence as the voice of rock n roll and leading showcase for photography.

Support the show (https://paypal.me/jabberguys?locale.x=en_US)